THE LECTURES

[Translated from the German.]

Edward A. Kimball lectured on Christian Science last Tuesday week [April 7] in the Academy of Music, Zurich. About four hundred people were present, ladies being predominant. The fact that such a large audience came to listen to a lecture exclusively in the English language and of a religious character, is not only a proof of the interest taken in the speaker and his subject, and the interest which is now generally given to religious questions, but also a proof of the knowledge of languages of the Zurich people.' The lecturer spoke extemporaneously for an hour and a half, and perfect silence reigned during this time. He spoke very slowly and distinctly, and his expressions were so simple that the listeners could follow easily and with great intrest his expositions of Christian Science. The adherence to Christian Science has increased in latter years in North America to unnumbered thousands. On the European continent also it is gaining continually more adherents. Like every truly convincing belief, so this one makes its adherents happier, quieter, and more joyful workers, and it is a staff in their life which is of greater worth than all material riches.

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